Park Regis Concierge Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Regis Concierge Apartments Cremorne
Situated right on main Military Road opposite vintage cinema showing all latest films and above shopping centre. Rooms could do with an update but adequate for a short stay. Ask for room at back of property if you want to avoid road noise.
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Arrived in Sydney from Uluru on Saturday, 7th March to settle into our next abode, Park RegisCremorne, on Military Road, before meeting up with Linda and Ernest at a local restaurant. It was great to see them again and we had plenty of Uluru stories to exchange.
On Sunday we took a walk down to Mosman Ferry point and had a pleasant stroll …
... called Alpha was recommended to us. We thought we would take a cab but learned it was less than a mile from the new hotel so we had a nice walk there. The place was very busy...we were glad we had made reservations ahead of time. Dave had a pork dinner and I had spanakopita as well as a cabbage salad. It was all very tasty and fun to try something different. And now we are back in our hotel. Tomorrow should be another nice ...
... honey and said we could get anything else for free in exchange if she didn't like it! Luckily she did and I had a nice hot chocolate (and a spare spoonful of honey!).
With full and warm bellies we wandered to the beach. Despite the grey skies the sand was still yellow and the sea blue. We enjoyed a short stroll before making our way to North Head - a large park area. We had a lovely walk by the cliffs and through some woods. Along the way we watched the waves ...
... Dural and on down towards the Berowra Ferry. Shortly before the ferry terminal we turned off and arrived at our final destination. A few hours later, after checking in and easing Le Van gently into her undercover home (with only 150mm or so of clearance up top), we gave her a good wash down and headed for the bus and home.
That's it for this blog. Look out for our next one. Six weeks or so up to middle Queensland in August/September.
... and the bathroom didn't seem to have been maintained in any way for at least a decade. James couldn't get out quick enough and he left us to get showered and changed as he headed back to Bondi. In the meantime I discovered that someone had already stolen my bottle of Pepsi from the communal fridge, which was organised so badly that I almost had to laugh. It was clear to us that the hostel is full of 'long-termers' who have got far too comfortable in such mediocre ...